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Código8225Descripción
Crdts. Teor.2TRADUCCIÓN ESPAÑOL/INGLÉS, INGLÉS/ESPAÑOL DE TEXTOS ESPECIALIZADOS CON APLICACIÓN DE BASES TEÓRICAS, TERMINOLOGÍAS Y DOCUMENTACIÓN. (TRADUCCIÓN DE TEXTOS JURÍDICO-ADMINISTRATIVOS).
Crdts. Pract.3,5
A efectos de intercambios en programas de movilidad, la carga de esta asignatura equivale a 6,88 ECTS.


Departamentos y Áreas
DepartamentosÁreaCrdts. Teor.Crdts. Pract.Dpto. Respon.Respon. Acta
FILOLOGÍA INGLESAFILOLOGIA INGLESA23,5


Estudios en los que se imparte
Licenciatura en Traducción e Interpretación. Inglés - plan 2000
Licenciatura en Traducción e Interpretación. Alemán - plan 2000
Licenciatura en Traducción e Interpretación. Francés - plan 2000


Pre-requisitos
Sin incompatibles


Incompatibilidades de matrícula por contenidos equivalentes
Sin Datos


Matriculados (2011-12)
Grupo (*)Número
1 78
TOTAL 78
(*) 1: GRUP 1 - ANG


Ofertada como libre elección (2011-12)
Número máximo de alumnos: Sin límite
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Horario (2011-12)
ModoGrupo (*)Día inicioDía finDíaHora inicioHora finAula
CLASE TEÓRICA 1 13/09/2011 14/10/2011 M 17:00 19:00 FI/1-02M
  1 17/10/2011 23/12/2011 M 17:00 18:00 FI/1-02M
CLASE PRÁCTICA (LRU) 1.1 13/09/2011 14/10/2011 J 17:00 19:00 FI/1-02M
  1.1 17/10/2011 18/11/2011 M 18:00 19:00 FI/1-02M
  1.1 17/10/2011 18/11/2011 J 17:00 19:00 FI/1-02M
  1.1 21/11/2011 23/12/2011 J 17:00 19:00 FI/1-02M
  1.2 13/09/2011 18/11/2011 J 17:00 19:00 FI/2-09P
  1.2 21/11/2011 23/12/2011 M 18:00 19:00 FI/1-02M
  1.2 21/11/2011 23/12/2011 J 17:00 19:00 FI/2-09P
(*) CLASE TEÓRICA
1: GRUP 1 - ANG
(*) CLASE PRÁCTICA (LRU)
1.1: Grupo 1.1 - ANG
1.2: Grupo 1.2 - ANG


Grupos de matricula (2011-12)
Grupo (*)CuatrimestreTurnoIdiomaDistribución (letra nif)
1 1er. T ANG desde - hasta -
(*) 1: GRUP 1 - ANG


Objetivos de las asignatura / competencias (2011-12)
1. AIMS

1.1. By the end of the course, students are expected to have amassed a sufficiently wide technical vocabulary and to have developed, through continual practice and constant exposure to the relevant type of texts and documents, a sufficient awareness of legal principles and stylistic habits to enable them to translate swiftly and accurately representative passages drawn from the fields of law and administration. For convenience, this leading aim may be broken down into the following contributory objectives:

1.1.1. To consolidate and develop the translation skills learned and practised in the third-year introductory course "Traducción jurídico-administrativa español-inglés, inglés-español I";

1.1.2. To deepen and widen students' mastery of legal vocabulary by exposure to a range of specific texts and documents;

1.1.3. To train students to a more sophisticated command of the appropriate stylistic skills in both languages and to increase their knowledge of the distinct legal and administrative practice in the Spanish- and English-speaking countries;

1.1.4. To ensure that the students' linguistic skills and sensitivity to context and register increase through constant practice in specialist translation of texts of reasonable length both into and out of English.


Contenidos teóricos y prácticos (2011-12)
2. CONTENTS

2.1. To ensure the practical usefulness of the course for future translators, the texts chosen will deal with a variety of legal issues (matters of criminal law, civil law, administrative procedure, cases in tort, contract, business law, and so on) and text types (extracts from textbooks, legislation, judgments and law reports). The idea is, as far as possible, to ensure scope as well as depth of knowledge. Though most of the material used will be formal in character, newspaper articles on law matters will also be included to encourage students to notice and deal with stylistic problems and related features (the translation of headlines, variations in register, colloquialism, popular and journalistic quasi-legal jargon, etc).


Más información
Profesor/a responsable
PEREZ CONTRERAS , PABLO


Metodología docente (2011-12)
Clases teóricas y prácticas

3. METHODOLOGY

3.1. The course is designed to cover theory and practice, with the emphasis falling on guided translation of unadapted texts. It will feature texts for translation both from and into English. In addition to the set book, the lecturers will provide material for translation. Before proceding to translation, technical and theoretical issues (terminology, system-specific procedures, nomenclature, etc) will be clarified to ensure full understanding and accuracy in the final version.

3.2. The working norm will be the seminar-cum-workshop. After dealing with the background and with relevant theoretical aspects of one of the areas described in section 2 above, the teacher will introduce the related text, drawing attention, where appropriate, to features that are particularly significant or representative, or which require particular care in translating. Thereafter students will be asked to apply these principles and structures to their translation of the texts. The texts will usually be assigned to the students to be prepared at home, and their versions, together with possible alternatives, will be discussed in class. Clearly, therefore, students will be required to participate actively in classwork at all times.


Tipo de actividades: teóricas y prácticas
Otras


Profesores (2011-12)
Grupo Profesor/a
TEORIA DE 82251PEREZ CONTRERAS, PABLO
WILLIAMS JELLYMAN, JUDITH
CLASE PRÁCTICA (LRU) DE 82251.1PEREZ CONTRERAS, PABLO
WILLIAMS JELLYMAN, JUDITH
1.2PEREZ CONTRERAS, PABLO
WILLIAMS JELLYMAN, JUDITH
Enlaces relacionados
http://dti.ua.es/es/bitra/introduccion.html
http://www.duhaime.org/LegalResources/Contracts.aspx
http://www.findlaw.com
http://www.gitrad.uji.es
http://www.toles.co.uk/english_for_law_exam_advd.html
http://www.toles.co.uk/english_for_law_exam_aspl.html
http://www.wwlia.org


Bibliografía

International Legal : English student`s book with audio CDs : a Course for Classroom or Self-study Use
Autor(es):Amy Krois-Lindner
Edición:Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2006.
ISBN:0521675170 (pbk)
Recomendado por:WILLIAMS JELLYMAN, JUDITH (*1)
[ Acceso al catálogo de la biblioteca universitaria ]

Legal translation explained
Autor(es):Enrique Alcaraz Varó, Brian Hughes
Edición:Manchester ; : St. Jerome, 2002.
ISBN:1-900650-46-0
Recomendado por:PEREZ CONTRERAS, PABLO
WILLIAMS JELLYMAN, JUDITH
[ Acceso al catálogo de la biblioteca universitaria ]
(*1) Este profesor ha recomendado el recurso bibliográfico a todos los alumnos de la asignatura.
Fechas de exámenes oficiales (2011-12)
ConvocatoriaGrupo (*)fechaHora inicioHora finAula(s) asignada(s)Observ:
Exámenes extraordinarios de finalización de estudios (diciembre) -1 08/11/2011 -
Periodo ordinario para asignaturas de primer semestre -1 25/01/2012 15:00 18:00 A1/0-18X -
Periodo extraordinario de julio -1 06/07/2012 17:30 20:30 FI/3-14M -
(*) 1: GRUP 1 - ANG


Instrumentos y criterios de evaluación (2011-12)
Examen final
4. ASSESSMENT

The basis of assessment will be a final examination in February, consisting of two parts:

1. Spanish into English (50% of total mark).
a) Vocabulary test based on classwork (10%).
b) Unseen Spanish-English text for translation (40%).
2. English into Spanish (50% of total mark).
a) Vocabulary test based on classwork (10%).
b) Unseen English-Spanish text for translation (40%).

Dictionaries may be used for 1.b) and 2.b). Averages will not be taken unless the student has scored a minimum of 4 in sections 1.b) and 2.b) (on a scale of 0 to 10). Participation in class activities will be taken into account at the teacher's discretion.

In the assessment of translation, the following criteria will be applied:

i) Comprehension of the sense of the original (on a phrase-by-phrase or sentence-by sentence basis);
ii) Syntactic arrangement of the proposed version (including, where appropriate, subordination, coherent adaptation of word order, and punctuation);
iii) Appropriateness and accuracy in the use of technical terminology;
iv) Stylistic fidelity (tone, register, aptness and variety of linking words, etc);
v) Justified use of modulation, expansion, compensation and related tactics of naturalisation.

Spelling mistakes, including misuse of written accents in Spanish, and basic grammatical errors in English will be regarded as serious and heavily penalized.